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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SAfcEM, OREGON
FRIDAT MORNING; NOVEMBER,: 5, 192G
An Appeal fa Behalf of Mt,
' . Angel 1 nstitutio'n, by
, ' Salem Citizens
Editor of the Statesman:
Oni September 2 Othv the press
ot the stale .'reported the awful
conflagration r nd complete-' de
. tructlon ot one of the oldest in
' stitutlons and college buildings in
Oregon. People from miles around
had witnessed the devastation, for
' these buildings stood on an era
tnlnenee ' overlooking a ' yast ter
ritory, and .the flames lighted the
heavens over: a large area of the
Willamette valley. 1
' The loss was fully a million dol
-: lars - with' insurance quite : Inade-
quate for " the emergency.- The
buildings were of cut stone which
was thought to be practically fire
proof, and for this reason the in
urance"wwas not commensurate
with the real value of the proper
ty destroyed. .
It was a Catholic institution.
but -entirely financed by the- - ef
forts of the Benedictine Fathers,
with' their college, printing press
and farm and had always been -a
most powerful factor for moral In
. f Juence, education and - the furth
erance- of the material- - advance
ment of Oregon, by sending-"; out
through' its 4 press .the advantages
which the state has to offer all
classes of, good, citizens Perhaps
nothing has done more for Oregon
than the periodicals ot Mt. Angel,
which, reach homes In every part
of the -United States as well as
- many foreign countries.
Being located but 15 miles from
Salem, it has always been looked
upon as a valuable asset: to this
, city aa well aK Marion county
, The. citizens whose names are at-
- tached hereto, anxious to offer not
only help4 where it is deserved and
needed, but also to advance Sa
lm v and ? Marion ' county our
home are calling upon the busi
ness and professional men as well
as air people to assist ' the Bene
dictine Fathers to rebuild and re
habilitate their institution and
continue the splendid work they
have-been doing for the past 45
years. Salem.- Marion county and
Oreeon. still has need for their
work. ' -
- You may deposit your contribu-
tions with any bank of the city to
- the credit of Mt. Angel College
' Fund. Hoping yon will give this
appeal ttitf favorable and' Consid-
erate attention which it deserves,
r Yours for the advancement of
- f J. M 'Rupert. T. A. Llvesley, T,
M. Hicks; K. V. Kugel, T. Barr,
F. Gi Dekebach, August Hucke
stein, Frank Myers.J. F. TJlrich,
John Meyer. A-.Ai-Mickel, G. Ed
Ross, E. N. Simofa, Harry Weis.
C. A.. Suing. ' '
RIFT BETWEEN GUIDING
' HEADS UPSETS PARTY
(COBttauM iron pas .
last night in the queen's private
box at a horse ahow wnen wr,
Hill was said to have upbraided
Major Washburn for failing to ar
ranee for a . seat for Governor
Pierce of Oregon in the queen's
ear on the motor trip fronv Mary
Mil to Portland. Washburn x
nlalned that the seats - had been
apportioned according to the usual
plan, and' that none remained for
the' governor. V:
With Queen Marie and her party
looking on, Mr. Hill -was said to
lave told Major Washburn that
the latter would Ttake orders from
me.." and that- he would "crush'
Washburn if he disooeyed.
Carroll and Washburn then roue
from their seats, quietly informed
Marie that they could no longer
, remain with Mr. Hill present, and
left. Liter none of the principals
would discus "the affair, "which
was conducted so quietly that few
ccrsons-knew of it, I ''
Colonel Carroll and Mr. HU1
lunched together on the train to
day: Ib,; an effort to smooth over
the differences; but Major Wash-turn-did
not Join them. Mr. Hill
was said to have threatened to put
"Washburn off: ther trahr. but he
t;li was with, the party tonight.
Washburn has promised Colonel
Carroll to remain for a time, at
least Although Mr. Hill said he
did Hot know how long he would
nomain on the train, others said
he would leave it when Seattle is
reached again on the return from
Members of Marie's Rumanian
party were considerably upset by
the incident today but none, would
discuss it. Neither, was any com
ment obtainable from. Marie's Pi
rate car.." ' ' ' 1 ' : '
Absence of Mrs. Adolph H.
Spreckles. San , Francisco society
woman, wasnoted wlfen the party
arrived here. Mrs. Spreckles, who
was to have been official boaVoss to
her majesty here, was said to havo
left' the train in Portland.' Seattle
, society had not welcomed the sc-
NOSE CLOGGED FROM
A COLO OR (CATARRH
I - Apply Cream in Nostrils To
open tip Air I'assagcs.,
- Ah 1 -i What relief! Yir rluced
iwstrils tjr right up, tbe-air as
V Mgrt of j our head clear and you
, can breathe f rcdy,- 7' more liawVuig,
ituufflin. mucou difhrp, Wadaclw,
i dryness no t niggling for breath ai
niht. J tur cold or catarrh ww.
; Don't stay stuffed jDfl tiet a- small
bottle of Kly's Cream Ba Im f rom rm r
tlnigit mw. ; ApHy littk of this
i fragrant; ant iappticercam ia your nus
trila, let it penct rat o through every air
paM3e-'vf,the haAi soothe and Jical
. the swoUcn.-ladaraedt mucous mnn-.
brane, g fviag you inetanl relief, illy 'a
Cream palm Just, what every cold
- vd xata-rtb au(TTcr has been, seeking.
' Jt just aplcodl. J, ' "t '. i'
octlon of an outsider for the role
of. hostess; and for a time the re
ceptions plana were in danger of
collapse, f A close -friend:- of Mr;
Hill.vJ Mrs.' Spreckles was 'said by
members if the party Xt have tried
vainly, to join the train In New
York and; again in St. Paul. i
Today's developments disclosed
also That minor discord has mark
ed the tour- almost continuously
since' its "inception on October 25
in New York. ' Vv
Officials ot railroads over which
the train ,has passed have been
represented as in disagreement
Kith the plan which placed Colonel
Carroll and Major Washburn, both
officials of the Baltimore & Ohio
railroad, in command of the tour,
and a few times differences have
arisen over addition to the train of
special cars owned by the roads.
Rumanian members of the en
tourage several-times have had
trouble in fitting their plans for
the queen's travels Into those pre
pared by railroad -officials and
many heated conferences by, both
groups have marked the trip.
How much of the various con
troversies have reached the. ears
of Marie has not been divulged,
but she has given no' public indi
cation that all i not well or that
she plans - to interfere ' with the
prepared schedule tht calls for
her return to Washington on Nov.
24. A' spokesman for Marie has
said she may visit Florida after
resting a fnw days in Washington,
but no farther' announcement has
BAZAAR BENEFITS LOCAL
HOSPITAL WITH FUNDS
Continued frm pg JLl -
serving regular meals, which prove
a delight to the most critical per
son. - This in itself is an induce
ment for the' citizens of Salem to
patronize the bazaar. However,
there is a better reason for urging
The Salem general hospital is
a city institution and consmerea
one of the best hospitals In the
state. A new- wine is being com
pleted and there is need for some
furnishings. The hospital depends
upon the donations for thts, and
so the Woman's club of Salem has
rallied Ho its support. The club
has beon sponsoring this bazaar,
and all of the funds derived there
from will be given to the hospital
to aid in the purchasing of the
new equipment. This is a most
worthy cause and deserves the sup
port nd cooperation of every citi
zen of the community.
The hospital belongs to Salem
and the people. Everyone may
well be proud of it and should
rally to its support whenever the
opportunity- presents itself. The
time has arrived and the support
may be given by liberally patron
izing the bazaar today. Help the
Woman's club as the work to help
the Salem general hospital.
DRY TOWX CHANGES
HOOPESTON, 111., Nov. 4.
(AP) Famous as the town where
even in the "wettest" days there
never was a ' saloon, Hoopeston
voted "wet" in Tuesday's' prohi
Just looU over these prices then make out your
or telephone for what you By buying
to maKe your Household allowance go
our service and our
3 cans 35c
Hop Flavor 2 lb. Cans
49 lb. Sack-
In One ; Pound Cartons
Pier lb. lc
Per lb. 47c
2 lbs. 93c
Per can 20c '.
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Oil ElSlijlE BILL
"The Cave Man" Featuring
Marie Pevost and Matt
Moore Plays Today
"The Cave- Man" will be the
feature film at the Elsinore. to
day in connection with five vau
deville acts. The picture stars
Matt Moore and Marie Prevost.
Zuhn &. Drels are eccentric
comedians and will present a skit
in the first act of" vaudeville pro
gram thatdevelops Into a heated
"Juvenile Komik" Is the title
of the second act which 4s a revue
headed by Miss Darling and Mr.
Clark. Three others- are in the
, 'ls That the Custom" is a
laughing skit full of clean, whole
some comedy. Curtis Sz Lawrence
will hold an entertaining dialogue
and will sing a special song.
Morell & Ely nor have a mixture
in their act : for they will do ec
centric dancing,, singing, comedy
talk and a sensational roller skat
ins act that is full of thrills.
- An Indian princess, Princess
wlnana, known on the stage as
Frlncess Prima Donna carries a
typical Indian setting with her
act. She will sing a number of
well known classics.
ROYAL PAIR MARRIED
AT SWEDISH WEDDING
(Continne4 from pig. 1.)
ing for her new home on a Swed
Ish cruiser in eonrpany with her
parents. The Belgian royal party,
including the bridegroom, planned
to travel by another route. The
heir of the-Belgian throne will
meet his bride at Antwerp and
will conduct her to Brussels where
a Roman Catholic ceremony will
be held on Wednesday..
'Some hours before the time set
for the ceremony the streets of
Stockholm ' were bustling with
gathering guests and a brisk
crowd' that watched the arrival
of the 1200 wedding guests at the
palace. Automobile after auto
mobile rolled through 'the gaily
decorated streets in unending suc
cession and entered the grounds
of the palace. Inside were scenes
of splendor as the large hall slow
ly filled with a steady stream of
richly dressed men and women.
Many of the men were in full
dress, but the large majority were
There was a stir as the royal
party entered the throne room.
King Gustav led the procession
with Queen Elizabeth of Belgium
on his arm. Then came King Al
bert in a plain khaki uniform
with Princess lngeburg, mother
of the bride, at his side. King
Haakon of Norway and Qneen
Alexandria of Denmark were next.
King Christian of Denmark, the
grand duchess of Luxemburg,
Prince Charles and an endless
number of minor princesses ' and
princes followed in couples. The
hold allowance go much
2 cans 45c
Cane and Maple
Pint jug 25c
Quart jug '45c
3 cans 35c
3 lbs. 75c
Pure Cane Sugar!
10 lbs. 63c I
4 cans 35c .
one Orders Given Prompt Attention
' ' ' -J ' '" ' v " " -
men all weres in. uniform and the
women -in beautiful gowns.
The ' great assemblage" of guests
rose as the royal train entered and
bowed deeply. " When the royal
party 3iad taken.-their places, the
bridal ' couple came from' behind
a ' curtain ! while- the orchestra
playeU- an' old Swedish ! wedding
melody" called "The Peasant's
Wedding.'- ' Astrid.- all farwhltSv
smiled happily to the right and
left as she 'walked through the
great hall clinging tightly to Leo
pold's left hand. The 'Belgian
crown prince, dressed in a simple
field uniform of the Belgian gren
adiers, wore a stern look, making
a pleasing impression with his
open, manly appearance.
A hush fell upon the great as
sembly as the civil ceremony was
performed. Leopold answered
loudly "Yes" in answer to the tra
ditional questions as to whether
he took Astrid for his wife, "while
the young princess smiled happily
through the ceremony.
Princess Astrid, who now Is
crown princess of Belgium, is 20
years old, and is the daughter of
the Duke and Duchess of Vaster
gotland. She is the niece of King
Gustav of Sweden. Prince Leo
pold was 25 years old yesterday.
FACES OF OLD GUARD
MISSING FROM ROLE
(Continued from page 1. J
of Jefferson, Crook, Deschutes,
Klamath and Lake counties, indi
cate that two of the old delega
tion will return. Burdick and
Link Mann, succeeding Ritner
from Umatilla county has served
a n-umber of terms In the lower
house. 'George Dunn, senator
In light and dark
Regular Price 60c a lb.
Special for Saturday Only
36c a lb.
2 for 70c
or 5 lb. box for $1.75
Limit one box to a cus
tomer. We reserve the
right to limit quantities.
No C. O. D. or Phone '
orders on this special.
Only at "
DRUG STORE k-J
135 North Commercial St.
Original Yellow Front
list and come down
here you will be able
further. You 11 like
Per lb. 35c
3 lbs. 1.00
Pork and Beans
3 cans 25c
1 lb. can 26c
Made of the finest and pur
est materials. A Carsten's
4 lbs. 50c
Carsten's T. C. Diamond
Per lb. 33y2c
from Jackson county, has been re
Peter Zimmerman, familiar fig
ure In the senate ' at the last ses
sion, will be succeeded by Clarence
Butt. Newberg attorney as senat
or from Yamhill county. He serv
ed in the? lower house years ago.
'rWiilard Marks of Albany, re
publican, will take Senator Sam
Garland's desk this term; repre
senting Linn county, and Joe E.
Dunne, will represent Clackamas,
Columbia and Multnomah coun
ties. Milton H. Klebber has been
returned ' as a member of the
Multnomah delegation. linton
Eberhard will take the place of
Bruce Dennis in the senate, hav
ing defeated Albert Hunter, demo
crat, for that- position. The va
cancy was opened by' Dennis re
moval from his district. Union
and Wallowa counties.
PORTLAND, Nov. 4. (AP)
Frederick Steiwer, republican, in
creased his lead . over Bert E.
Haney, democrat, for tlie United
States senatorship in late returns
tabulated today. With 1,754 pre
cincts out of 1,847 counted. Stei
wer had a lead of 6,854. The to-
Our regular prices save you money because our connections with
Syndicate makes it possible for us to get the very lowest prices
This saying we pass on to you." Come in, lock at our furniture,
A selection of the
ture will be found here. Suites for the
large and small rooms finished in the latest
designs. It will be a real pleasure to shop
for bed room furniture here arid you'll find
the prices pleasing.
If your need is a
Heating Stove we
have one that will
meet your require
ments. We carry
the famous Univer
sal Heater and the
Allen Parlor Furnace.
CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS
A SMALL PAYMENT DOWN WILL HOLD ANY ARTICLE UjSfTIL CHRISTMAS
PAY FOk IT BY WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS '
We 'have complete show-'
ing of both Martha' Wash
ington and Lady Jane Sew
ing Cabinets. ' Prices range
front -r-r .
7.50 to 45.00
tals were: Steiwer; 85,814, Han-,
ey 78.960. : Senator, Robert N.
Stanfield, independent, who was
defeated by Steiwer for the repub
lican nomination polled 48,860.
Late returns-, also increased" -the
lead of I. L. Patterson, republican
over Governos Walter N. Pierce,
democrat, In the -race for govern
or. With 1,759 precincts reported
Patjterson had -116,664: -Pierce
9 0,068. - "H. TTL'Stallard," Independ
ent, had 13.330. '
' Increased totals were the only
changes today on the measures
voted on Tuesday.
Girl Athletes Examined
. at Clinic in Silverton
SILVERTON, Ore., Nov. 4.
(Special). At the clinic held at
the Silverton health center Wed
nesday, high school girls . trying
out for basketball were examined
Dr. Estella Ford Warner of Salem
and Dr. P. A. Loar of Silverton
were the examining physicians.
The Silverton' basketball teams
will commence practice at once
and the outlook for strong teams
$ Vi' it 'iv.ir ::'-
best in bedroom furni
h..... . .. . : ' -
For the Living Room
Shopping for living room furniture is easy
here. We .have a large assortment and
prices and quality make it advantageous to
buy here. See the well known "Biltwell-
the dean of davenports.
. A smoking stand or cabi-
net makes a man an ideal
, gift. UVe have a complete
atock at a wide range of
L prices - : - ' . , .
; $1.50 to 35.00
-.- if.' -A ' . - A w :w
; . ; The? S.tbre jyitn
P1S 13 8PE .
Silverton Organization Hears
' Reports - of Delegates to
r - State-Meet
SILVERTON, Ore., . Nor. 4.
( Special ) .The Silverton Parent
Teacher association held its regu
lar- monthly meeting this after
noon with Mrs. Carl Specht as
Fred Parks of Portland was the
principal speaker, his subject, be-
At the business meeting which
followed, reports were givec'trom
the delegates to the state conven
tlon. They were ' Mrs. Ernest
Palmer, Miss Olga Johnson, and
Mrs. Edson Comstock. Mrs. Claire
Jarvis was appointed chairman-of
the Red Cross Beal sale. ' . ,:
1 ' ''
For the Dining Room
Spanish and Italian
leaders in dining room furniture. YoitlI
find a pleasing selection here and . the
prices are most moderate. I
Exceptionally large ; as-
sortment to chooso from
and as usual when shop-
"ping here, yoa will find
the price , agreeable - -v
22.50 to 60.00
w - '1 .- -F ,. r -urn , 4" t.
the Friendly Spirit . -
YMCA Board of Directors
, Hears irrniuee .iieporis
Reoorts of standing committees
were thevehief (business transacted
at a meeting' of the YMCA board
of directors yesterday noon in the
YMCA dining room.-- A report on
the activities o!f the junior board.
which supervises work of the boys
division, wasjgiven by Bill East,
tArooing the, chief act- ies in
cluded? in this-report we y organi
zation ; of ' 1 5 new boys 'clubs in
the building and eight In Salem
churches, - twa 5 awimming meets,
two 'ping, pong tournaments, 201
new! members obtained, and issu
ing of : membership cards to boys'
Silverton Football Team
-" Will Play: Molalla Today
SHiVERTON; f Or.. -Nov. 4. .
(SpeciaL) The Silverton high
school football team goes to Mo
lallaf tomorrow -"afternoon for a
game rwith-tber htglr school team
on our merchandise.
; . r .1.
desiorn suites are the A.
i J 1 1 i
A wonderful display
of Andirons will be
found in our house
Come in and look at
these. You will
surely find just
what you want.
A wonderful gift for moth
er, sister or sweetheart. We
carry all sizes , and at reas
14.50 to 75.00
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